The Martyrs’ Families Council in the city of Tabqa makes a statement to the public opinion regarding the Turkish occupation’s attacks on northern and eastern Syria at 10.00 (photos and video attached)
The Council of Martyrs' Families makes a statement to the public opinion to demand the imposition of an air embargo on the regions of north and east Syria and to condemn the attacks of the Turkish occupation army on north and east Syria, at the shrine of the martyr Dalil Sarukhan in the city of Qamishlo, at 11:00. (photo and video attached)
Ismail Khaled, a member of the editorial board of the Democratic Middle East magazine, explained that the Turkish state is trying, through some agreements, to show itself as strong, but he stressed that "Turkey is on the edge of the abyss." (photos and video attached)
Hamdan al-Abed stressed that the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria is assaulting the people of the region and the international powers are not counting on confronting Turkish attacks. (photo and video attached)
The mothers of the two martyrs, Hevrin Khalaf and Farhad Shibli, affirmed their continuation of the path of their martyred children in standing against the genocide plans, and demanded that the accomplices with the Turkish state return from the approach of treason. (photo and video attached)
Youssef Karar spoke about the attacks on Makhmour and revealed that the Iraqi government and the United Nations are partners in the attacks of the Turkish state. He said, "At the same time as the attack, the Iraqi forces held a meeting in Makhmour, where the attack took place nearby. This is really doubtful."
Iraqi Professor Sadiq Atmesh returned the causes of his country's crises to the intervention of regional and international powers in the country, and highlighted the dirty role of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (PDK), and he also saw that salvation from the current crisis requires a comprehensive change and a move towards a democratic and modern civil state.
Securing the basic necessities of living has become the main preoccupation of the Lebanese these days, as it has become difficult to obtain, which completes the scene of the Lebanese collapse day after day, with the interruption of vital materials such as gasoline, bread, water and electricity.
The doctor of political science, Frinaz Attia, linked the strict isolation imposed on the leader Ocalan with the Kurdish issue, and considered it a Turkish attempt to undermine the Kurdish struggle to achieve the leader's freedom physically, and said, "Mr. Abdullah Ocalan transformed Imrali prison into a school of political thought."